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- Everything seemed normal: the brilliant sunlight blazed harshly on the traditional costumes, the great crowd greeted its favourites as it had a hundred times before.Chapter 3 (79% in)
- Doubtless you are sincere in believing as you do: I can understand your fear that the traditions and cultures of little countries will be overwhelmed when the World State arrives.Chapter 3 (83% in)
- The idea of the Colony, as you've gathered, is to build up an independent, stable cultural group with its own artistic traditions.Chapter 15 (17% in)
- Here on this island we're trying to save something of humanity's independence, its artistic traditions.Chapter 15 (22% in)
There are no more uses of "tradition" in Childhood's End.
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